Ingredients We Love
Manuka Oil is a staple ingredient for almost all of my
moisturizers because of it’s known medicinal properties such as anti fungal,
antibacterial, antiseptic, anti microbial, while it’s very calm and soothing for your skin.
Jojoba Oil has a rich a deep penetrating moisturizing effect. It has also been used by the O’odham Native
American tribe to treat sores and wounds.
Calendula Oil is amazing for sensitive skin or sensitive areas and
is known to have soothing properties.
Lavender Oil has calming and anti-inflammatory properties.
Orange Oil has a natural vitamin C boost.
Squalene oil is olive based, is a saturated oil that is used to helps increase
hydration and has anti inflammatory properties as well.
Seabuckthorn Oil moisturizes and nourishes your skin, rich in antioxidants, anti
inflammatory properties and improves skin tone and texture.
The hydrolyzed silk protein
promotes elasticity, firmer skin, clear redness and inflammation, fewer fine
lines, fading acne scars, repair sun damage, and helps speed up skin cell
functioning. It also bonds with other proteins and molecules in the
skin, firming it up and increasing hydration levels.
Kokum butter has powerful
moisturizing properties and won’t clog pores. It is frequently used a variety
of skin issues, including: acne, minor inflammatory conditions, and dry skin.
It can help restore unevenness in skin tone.
Vanilla is a great
ingredient to help reverse skin damage, and is rich in antioxidants for a
potent skin nourishment.
Hibiscus oil has high mucilage
content that can enhance the skin’s ability to retain moisture, which is
key for maintaining a youthful complexion. It is naturally moisturizes rich
qualities that helps skin stay hydrated, soft and supple for longer, keeping
dry, dull skin at bay.
Blue tansy is known to have powerful antioxidant,
anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, antibacterial and anti fungal properties which
can calm and smooth a range of skin concerns including eczema, acne and sun
damage. The main chemical component is sabinene which is
know to help diminish the appearance of blemishes, fine lines and wrinkles.
Black Hawaiian sea salt is known to have high antioxidant
properties and low sodium levels. It contains minerals such as, iron, calcium,
and magnesium. It supports an increase in circulation and may help reduce
blemishes. The sea salt is infused
with naturally activated charcoal from lava and filtered through coconut shells
in the beaches of Hawaii.
Arnica has been used for medicinal purposes since the 1500s, it is a European
plant in the daisy family. Known to help muscle aches, bruises, reduce
inflammation and heal wounds.
Boswallia the Indian
Frankincense. Known to help with Sores and wound-healing.
Peppermint oil aids to rid
headaches, muscle aches, joint pain and itching. Also to potentially treat
coughs and colds, reduce pain, improve mental function and reduce stress.
Emu Oil has similar skin
oil sebum as our own skin, helping it penetrate your skin to moisturize deeper.
Tamanu nut oil helps protect and repair skin cells from sun damage because it is a UV activated based plant.
Nano zinc oxide has a strong sun protection against UVA and UVB rays. It has a high UV
light absorption and does not breakdown from sun exposure. This provides
effective protection from damaging rays that can lead to ailments.
Cocoa powder- The theobromine present in
cocoa powder has the ability to increase your blood flow to the skin’s surface.
The vitamin C present helps fade dark spots, reduces hyperpigmentation and
lightens any sort of blemishes.
Apple Cider Vinegar helps promote a
healthy scalp with anti-fungal and antibacterial properties.
Camel milk has a powerful
blend of natural proteins, vitamin B5, and omega oils, that can assist in
restoring scalp health and strengthening hair for natural hair growth.
It is also high in
omega-3 and makes hair shiny, smooth and soft.
Rosemary goes above &
beyond to stimulate hair growth. It can also be used to prevent premature
graying and dandruff, prevent lice, and strengthen circulation. The
anti-inflammatory properties help promote nerve growth, and dry and itchy scalp.
Amla helps prevent
further damage while keeping existing strands luscious and vibrant. It is rich
in vitamin C and E and antioxidants, all of which may help with cellular
regeneration and promote healthy circulation to the blood vessels in the